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Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc LSE:HARL London Ordinary Share GB00BLPJ1272 ORD 1P
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  -0.50 -3.74% 12.875 1,281,752 15:43:23
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Gas Water & Utilities 18.52 -25.51 -26.51 12
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Harland & Wolff Daily Update: Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HARL. The last closing price for Harland & Wolff was 13.38p.
Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 12.75p and a 12 week average price of 12.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 30.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 12.60p.
There are currently 93,617,102 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 191,359 shares. The market capitalisation of Harland & Wolff Group Holdings Plc is £12,053,201.88.
this_is_me: The chartists would say that we have had a double bottom in the share price giving a target share price of 32p.
skinny: Acquisition of Vessel Harland & Wolff Group Holdings plc (AIM: HARL), the UK quoted company focused on strategic infrastructure projects and physical asset lifecycle management, is pleased to announce that it has acquired the former HMS Atherstone from the Ministry of Defence (MOD). The former HMS Atherstone is a mine hunting class vessel that is no longer in Service. The Company has acquired this vessel with a view to refurbishing it for non-military uses, discussions for which have already commenced with interested parties. As announced previously, the Company is involved in a competition run by the MOD regeneration programme for the former HMS Quorn (M55). Management believes that the acquisition of the former HMS Atherstone will significantly de-risk the M55 regeneration programme given that the two vessels share a number of spare parts and components. Should the Company be awarded the regeneration programme for the M55, such spare parts and components on the HMS Atherstone will be utilised during the regeneration programme of the M55. Management expects negotiations with the MOD on the M55 regeneration programme to be completed in the next few weeks with an announcement to be made thereafter, should an award be made in the Company's favour.
skinny: Harland & Wolff Group Holdings PLC Contract Win Harland & Wolff Group Holdings plc (AIM: HARL), the UK quoted company focused on strategic infrastructure projects and physical asset lifecycle management, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an initial contract worth approximately GBP8.5 million with Riverside Resource Recovery Limited, part of the Cory Group of companies ("Cory") for the fabrication of eleven barges. The barges will be used by Cory to transport London's recyclable and non-recyclable waste on the River Thames. Fabrication will take place at the Harland & Wolff Belfast site, with first steel being cut within approximately eight weeks' time. The programme schedule allows for four barges to be built in tandem, with the entire build programme ending around Q2 2023. Fully fabricated barges will be sequentially delivered to Cory with the client taking delivery on the River Thames. Harland & Wolff, group CEO John Wood, commented: "With this material contract, we shall be opening up our vast undercover fabrication halls in Belfast and making optimal use of our new robotic welding panel line. This contract gives us the opportunity to optimise our production flows in readiness for other fabrication programmes in our plans and it demonstrates the variety of fabrication work that our facilities are ideally placed to execute upon. I am delighted to have secured this contract with our new client, Cory Group, and look forward to working very closely with them to deliver on their new barge investment programme going forward."
skinny: Key highlights: -- Revenue of GBP 18.5 million for the 17-month period (31 July 2020: GBP1.48 million*) -- Improvement in gross margins to 28% (31 July 2020: 20%) -- Operating loss of GBP22.37 million following significant investment to support future growth of the business (31 July 2020: loss of GBP9.18 million*) -- Three major acquisitions completed; H&W Appledore, H&W Methil and H&W Arnish -- Two equity placings raising a total of GBP20.27 million (before expenses) *Figure represents the 12-month period under the Company's historic accounting reference date Key milestones achieved: -- Significant capital investment in all yards across plant and equipment including a robotic welding panel line installation in Belfast and a robotic pipe profiler in Methil -- All four sites became fully operational during the period -- Marine license awarded from Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) for the Islandmagee gas storage project - under judicial review -- First major renewables contract executed with Saipem for the fabrication of 8 wind turbine generator jackets valued at GBP26.50 million -- First pontoon build announced and commenced during the period at H&W Appledore -- Executed contracts in four out of five key markets, final market breakthrough (defence) expected H1/ early Q3'22 -- First third-party fabrication contracts announced and commenced at H&W Arnish Post-period end: -- $70m debt facility signed with Riverstone Holdings LLC -- Significant growth achieved in the cruise and ferry repair market in Q1'22 -- Repair dock at H&W Belfast operating at near-full capacity since Q4 2021 -- Largest ever cruise vessel to enter the Belfast drydock facility in over twenty five years -- Significant progress being made on converting advanced negotiations in defence and commercial fabrication into executed contracts The Company expects to publish its audited annual report and accounts in June, which will be sent to Shareholders and available to view on the Company's website at . A further announcement will be made once published. No material amendments to the disclosures contained within this announcement are expected within the audited financial statements.
skinny: Harland & Wolff Group Holdings plc (AIM: HARL), the UK quoted company focused on strategic infrastructure projects and physical asset lifecycle management provides an update on the publication of its audited results for the 17-month period ended 31 December 2021 ("FY 21"). The Company is advanced with the audit process and expects to announce its results for FY 21 and publish its annual report in May. Whilst the Company had originally anticipated an April release date, the three acquisitions completed by Harland and Wolff during the period have meant that the audit has taken longer than expected. As previously announced the Company expects revenue to be between GBP18 million and GBP20 million for FY 21.
skinny: Contract Win. Contract win from P&O Cruises and Cunard for dry docking two cruise vessels in Harland & Wolff (Belfast) Harland & Wolff Group Holdings plc (AIM: HARL), the UK quoted company focused on strategic infrastructure projects and physical asset lifecycle management, is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, Harland & Wolff (Belfast) Limited (Harland) has been awarded a dry dock contract for two cruise ships from P&O Cruises and Cunard respectively that will occupy the Belfast drydock for 33 days in total. The companies have selected Harland & Wolff's iconic 81-acre Belfast shipyard to undertake drydocking works on two of its ships - Aurora and Queen Victoria. The works due to be undertaken to both ships are standard drydocking operations that will give Harland & Wolff the opportunity to demonstrate to the wider cruise industry, its skills, capabilities and expertise in these types of projects. The first ship to dock under this agreement will be Cunard's Queen Victoria that entered service in December 2007. With a length of 294m and a beam of 32.3m, it will be in the yard from 2(nd) - 19(th) May 2022. Queen Victoria will be the largest cruise ship ever to have drydocked in a UK shipyard and the only Cunard ship to have ever drydocked in Belfast. The second ship is P&O Cruises' Aurora that entered service in May 2000. With a length of 270m and a beam of 32m, it will be in the yard from the 9(th) - 23(rd) June 2022. The arrival of these ships in Belfast will mark another milestone completed in relation to the Harland & Wolff's re-activation strategy across its key markets. Harland & Wolff's strategy has been very clear, i.e., to operate in five markets and six service sectors to ensure continuity of projects and to provide longevity of employment for the core workforce. This will result in improved productivity and reduced project costs for vessel owners. With the recent release of the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSbS), repairs & maintenance projects, as well as through life support services, are key activities that will facilitate the continuity of skills and enhance productivity levels at Harland & Wolff required to win new build projects. As indicated in the NSbS, there are over 150 domestic vessels to be built in the coming years, in addition to the fabrication works for the renewables sector following the latest ScotWind licensing round and future licensing rounds yet to be announced. Harland & Wolff, group CEO John Wood, commented: "When acquiring the assets of Harland and Wolff (Belfast) in December 2019 and in a pre-pandemic period, the cruise industry was one of our key target markets. "Our facilities are ideally placed to capitalise on these types of large projects whilst we continue servicing our smaller but regular clients. We have now secured contracts in four out of our five markets; commercial, cruise & ferry, renewables and energy - we now hope to complete the final milestone of securing a defence contract in the near future." Carnival UK, vice-president maritime David Varty said: "We are delighted to be able to have these two ships at a UK shipyard with such a long heritage and reputation and we very much look forward to supporting the UK maritime industry and working closely with the Harland & Wolff team on this project."
skinny: Statement Regarding Harland & Wolff (Methil) Limited Harland & Wolff Group Holdings plc (AIM: HARL), the UK-quoted company focused on strategic infrastructure projects and physical asset lifecycle management, notes that there is speculation surrounding proposed legal action being brought upon its fully owned subsidiary, Harland & Wolff (Methil) Limited, by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC). The Company can confirm that there are no outstanding dues owed to HMRC by Harland & Wolff (Methil), and its account is up to date.
sirgainalot: No more equity raises + excellent pipeline + political will to build in the UK given Ukraine/Russia and energy security = share price re-rate. HARL is now valued at less than its assets. With $70m of credit available to do it. CRAZY!
skinny: Harland & Wolff Group Holdings PLC Arnish Contract Award. Harland & Wolff Group Holdings plc is pleased to share a news update in relation to its Arnish facility. Harland & Wolff (Arnish) has been awarded a contract for the fabrication of four suction piles for a sub-sea template of an energy project in the Black Sea. Whilst the contract is small, relative to the recent Saipem award and forms part of the Company's expected pipeline for this year, the Board believes that this key win validates the Company's strategy of getting its Arnish facility into a state of operational preparedness for the wider renewables sector in the UK. With Arnish now moving to full operations, it will be fabricating four suction piles - two at seven and a half metres diameter and twenty metres length, and two at six metres diameter and twelve metres length. The contract commences immediately and will last for approximately four and a half months. This contract marks Arnish's first external contract in addition to the work that it is already being undertaken for our Methil facility. The execution of this new contract now concludes the reactivation process of all yards, which are winning work in their own right. Further, the Company has bid for several additional contracts that management believes will flow through Arnish in the coming weeks and months. Major infrastructure developments across numerous sectors are beginning to move ahead to either construction or commercialisation stages and Arnish, with its specialist large diameter rolling equipment, is well placed to be a beneficiary as its capability is expected to be in high demand. John Wood, Group CEO of commented: "I am delighted to report that Arnish is now fully operational. We have taken the time to bring the site up to operational readiness. The works conducted by the local team have garnered positive reviews by clients who have inspected and audited the yard. Arnish offers something quite different compared to our other yards and, looking ahead, the specialist large rolling equipment is set to be booked for extended periods by clients given the vast array of projects that require large diameter rolling of steel."
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